Michigan Robotics pres.
Towards a Systematic Control Framework for Dynamic Locomotion
Donghyun Kim, Biomimetic Robotics Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Donghyun Kim is a Postdoctoral Associate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a member of the biomimetic robotics lab, which is known for building cheetah robots. Donghyun's primary research area is in dynamic locomotion of legged systems with a focus on the development of a control framework and its experimental validation. During his Ph.D. at UT, Donghyun developed frameworks including joint-level feedback control, whole-body control, footstep planners, and robustness analysis for passive-ankle biped robots. At MIT, he developed controllers for high speed running of quadruped robots and demonstrated the Mini-Cheetah robot running up to 3.7 m/s. He is now extending his research area to a perception-based high-level decision algorithm to push forward robots' athletic intelligence.
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